This tool allows users to listen to a song while the tool reports its read out on the spectrum. Users can also upload MP3 files for the tool to analyze.
This website allows users to create their own presentations, infographics, and timelines. Users are able to access preloaded templates, images, and more along with being able to download and share their projects.
This platform allows users to collaborate on a drawing and artwork in real time. Using a format and feel that is similar to Adobe’s Photoshop, users are able to click a “layer” in the drawing, so they can add to the image. In addition, users are able to invite other users to collaborate on the artwork by sending them the board’s URL. It should be noted that at the time of this review, users are not able to import an image, only create a drawing.
This is a website is an online book club started by former NFL quarterback Andrew Luck. For the book club, Luck recommends “Rookie” and “Veteran” books and encourages readers to share their thoughts about the books with a broader via social media posts with the hashtag #ALbookclub
This website is comprised of a community of users who are all engaged in math. The forums are structured in a way so that users can post questions and respond to questions related to math. In addition, they can explore threads about math-related topics, and add to the threads.
This tool allows users to estimate their monthly data usage.
This tool provides users with hundreds of options for creating an avatar, which include facial options, choices of dress, and a variety of accessories. When finished, users can click the “camera” button, which will allow them to save their avatar by dragging it from the tool to their desktop.
This platform is a community of musicians who are able to create and share their own, original music. Similar to other social media platforms, users are able to follow other users as well as like, comment, and share on their posts. This platform is available as a website and an app on iTunes and Google Play.